A private school in Sindh has accused parents of not playing fair during a hearing of the fee hike case on Monday.
The lawyer at The Academy, which is situated on Karachi’s Kashmir Street, told the Sindh High Court that there were many newspapers reporting against it.
Many students’ behavior has changed as well now, argued the lawyer. “They continue to threaten the administration with moving the tribunal against them.”
If during an inter-school cricketing tournament, a student does not get to bat, they start threatening the school, the lawyer added.
According to the prosecutor, as many as 20 teachers left school because of the student’s behavior.
On February 6th, the court summoned the school administration to the next hearing.
Several students had told the court at the last hearing that they were asked to leave class because they hadn’t paid their fees, which the court had previously called unconstitutional.